samedi 8 janvier 2011

Belleville saturday evening

Vernissage/ Opening  Galerie Marcelle Alix - Nothing personal, group exhibition - 5 mars 2011
4, rue Jouye-Rouve  75020 Paris
Tel. +339 50 04 16 80

Vernissage/ Opening  Galerie Jocelyn Wolff  - group exhibition - 5 mars 2011
78, rue Julien-Lacroix  75020 Paris
Tel. +33 142030565

Very close to those contemporary art galleries you have at 72 rue de Belleville  this signe. /
A deux pas de ses galleries d'art contemporaire vous avez au 72, rue de Belleville ce panneau.

On the stairs of this house was born the 19 December 1915 in the biggest destitution Edith Piaf whose voice, later, will overwhelm the world.

For a drink before or after or both:
Aux Folies
8, rue de Belleville  75020 Paris
Tel. +331 46 36 65 98
Check out the original neon lights at the ceiling ***

For an excellente thaï dinner. Reservation is imperative.
Krung Thep
93, rue Julien Lacroix  75020 Paris
Tel. +331 43 66 83 74

*** Georges Claude - Inventor of the first neon lamp
The French engineer, chemist and inventor Georges Claude, was the first person to apply an electrical discharge to a sealed tube of neon gas to create a lamp. Georges Claude patented the neon lighting tube on January 19, 1915 - U.S. Patent.
In 1923, Georges Claude and his French company "Claude Neon", introduced neon gas signs to the United States. Neon lighting quickly became a popular fixture in outdoor advertising. Visible even in daylight, people would stop and stare at the first neon signs dubbed "liquid fire."

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